Mastery Connect Parent Guide Hortonville Middle School |

Mastery Connect Parent Guide Hortonville Middle School |

Mastery Connect Parent Guide Hortonville Middle School | Greenville Middle School | Fox West Academy When you login to Mastery Connect, you will see all of the current classes your son or daughter is enrolled in. On the right side of your parent view, you will see a percentage of essential standards assessed. Please dont panic if you see 0% assessed. This just means that your child has not had a summative assessment yet Blue = Exceeds Green = Mastery Yellow = Near Mastery Red = Not Yet Dont panic if your child is at Not Yet, but this might be an opportunity to connect with your childs teacher.

Click on any of your childs classes to obtain more specific feedback as to how your child is performing in his or her classes this year. Essential Standards Assessed Learning Targets Learning Targets Learning Targets Learning Targets Learning Targets Learning Targets Your child is formatively and summatively assessed throughout the school year. Formatives are similar to quizzes and

summatives are similar to unit exams. Students are assessed on all standards taught; however, we are most concerned with student performance on the essential standards identified by our faculty. These are also the only standards reported out to parents on progress reports in January and June. To learn which essential standards are being worked on at this time, please contact your childs teachers. For this student, you will see that he Exceeded Mastery for a formative Assessment on the stages of plot. He has not been summatively assessed for this standard yet, but you can get an idea of Parents Parents can can also also open open the

the learning learning target target or or essential essential standard standard by by clicking clicking on the down arrow to the right. on the down arrow to the right. In In some cases, teachers may have

some cases, teachers may have granted granted parents parents to to actually actually view view the the assessment assessment given given to to your your child. child. In In others, others, they they may may have have hidden hidden the the assessment

from public view. assessment from public view. Occasionally Occasionally teachers teachers may may leave leave notes notes for for parents. parents. You You can can find find those those notes notes by by clicking

clicking on on Parent Parent Notes Notes above. above. Parents will also receive feedback from our faculty related to how your child is doing on what we call Life Skills. We have four (4) essential standards in this area. They include: Commitment to Learning Organization Work Completion/Timeliness Respect Teachers will report on your childs performance

on Life Skills three (3) times per year (October, January, June). Students may also be asked to rate their own performance against the Life Skills rubric pictured. It is important to note that in Standards-Based Grading, we are only reporting out to students and parents how students are performing on each essential standard. We no longer downgrade a student for late work, participation, etc. We want to separate academic performance from academic behaviors to give you better feedback on your childs

Helpful Parent Resources If you should have any questions about our transition to Standards-Based Grading, please scan the QR code to the right. We have compiled several helpful resources with our parents in mind. Frequently Asked Questions Course Descriptions/Essential Standards Contact Information Helpful Websites Grading for Learning Video

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